Partner Organizations

 

VoteRiders has worked with thousands of Partner and Collaborating Organizations since our founding. We are grateful for their support and collaboration in our shared mission to ensure every American voter is able to cast a ballot that counts.

Election Protection Coalition

The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law is the lead partner of the non-partisan Election Protection Coalition, of which VoteRiders is a partner.

Election Protection Toll-Free Helplines for issues at the polls:

  • 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683), English only, led by the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law;
  • 888-VE-Y-VOTA (888-839-8682), Spanish and English, led by the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials Education Fund;
  • 888-API-VOTE (888-274-8683), in English, Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean, Vietnamese, Tagalog, Urdu, Hindi, and Bengali, led by APIAVote and Asian Americans Advancing Justice;
  • 844-418-1682 (#YallaVote), Arabic and English, led by the Arab American Institute.

VoteRiders’ other national partner organizations

  • 18by.vote creates non-partisan campaigns and programs to support teenage voter registration and voting.
  • ABCVOTE is a non-partisan group that focuses on expanding student voting by encouraging them to register to vote.
  • ActiVote empowers all Americans to be active in our democracy by helping voters create the habit of voting.
  • ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge empowers colleges and universities to achieve excellence in nonpartisan student democratic engagement.
  • All Vote No Play provides simple drills for student athletes to become active, engaged, and confident citizens.
  • APIAVote works to increase civic engagement among Asian American and Pacific Islanders.
  • AME Church ministers to the social, spiritual, and physical development of all people.
  • The American Association of People with Disabilities focuses on increasing the political and economic power of people with disabilities.
  • Andrew Goodman Foundation works to make young voices and votes a powerful force in democracy.
  • The Association of Pro Bono Counsel is a mission-driven membership organization of over 270 attorneys and practice group managers who run pro bono practices in over 130 of the world’s largest law firms.
  • BallotReady believes democracy is built on transparent information and works to enable all constituents to fully participate in civic life.
  • Be The Ones equips voters with clear, factual information that will help you confidently elect the local leaders you want to represent you and your community.
  • Big Tent USA is a network of pro-democracy voting women across the political spectrum.
  • BlackPAC supports a policy agenda that defends Black voters’ rights, promotes dignity, and fosters economic justice in our communities and across the nation.
  • Black Voters Matter: Effective voting allows a community to determine its own destiny.
  • The Bonner Program seeks to improve the lives of individuals and communities by helping meet the basic needs of nutrition and educational opportunity.
  • Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law is a nonpartisan law and policy institute that seeks to improve our systems of democracy and justice.
  • Broadway Green Alliance educates, motivates, and inspires the entire theatre community and its patrons to implement environmentally friendlier practices on Broadway and beyond.
  • The Center for Popular Democracy works to create equity, opportunity and a dynamic democracy.
  • Campaign Legal Center works to improve our democracy and protect the fundamental right of all Americans to participate in the political process.
  • Campus Vote Project works with universities, community colleges, faculty, students and election officials to reduce barriers to student voting.
  • Center for Civic Design supports states and counties in running efficient, effective, and secure elections.
  • The Center for Common Ground works to empower voters to cooperate with fellow community members to create the change they desire in their lives and neighborhoods.
  • Civic Influencers are committed to ensuring young voices and votes matter in our democracy.
  • Civic Nation works with public and private partners to inspire, educate and activate people around the issues that are important to our country.
  • Coalition of Human Needs is an alliance of national organizations that promotes public policies to address the needs of low-income and other vulnerable populations.
  • Common Cause is a nonpartisan grassroots organization dedicated to upholding the core values of American democracy.
  • Delta Sigma Theta Sorority is committed to public service with a primary focus on the Black community.
  • Democracy Labs is a hub for ongoing technology and creative innovation that serves progressive campaigns and organizations at the national, state, and local levels.
  • Democracy Works helps Americans vote no matter what, by providing the tools, information, and support needed to confidently participate in elections.
  • eMgage helps to educate and mobilize the Muslim American community to become a force for positive change and to build the next generation of civic leaders.
  • Equal Voice Action focuses on building the voice and power of poor and low-income people.
  • Fair Elections Center is a national, nonpartisan voting rights and election reform organization that works to remove barriers to registration and voting for traditionally underrepresented constituencies.
  • Fair Fight promotes fair elections in Georgia and around the country, encourages voter participation in elections, and educates voters about elections and their voting rights.
  • Feel Good Action uses motivational media to inspire positive social change.
  • Feminist Majority Foundation (FMF) is dedicated to women’s equality, reproductive health, and non-violence.
  • Goodwill Industries helps people improve their lives by assisting individuals to find a job and grow their careers.
  • Guides.vote produces nonpartisan voters guides that show where candidates stand.
  • HBCU Heroes empowers youth and HBCU students from underserved communities with access and opportunities to pursue sustainable collegiate and career trajectories.
  • HeadCount is a non-partisan organization that uses the power of music to register voters and promote participation in democracy.
  • Higher Heights is building the political power and leadership of Black women from the voting booth to elected office.
  • Hip Hop Caucus organizes 14–40 year-olds who identify with Hip Hop culture and share values of justice, equality, and opportunity.
  • Independent Sector is the only national membership organization that brings together the charitable community, working together to improve all lives, heal our natural world, and strengthen democratic society.
  • Inspire2Vote supports high schools in planning and conducting student peer-to-peer voter registration activities.
  • LEAD InterGenerational Solutions inspires knowledge sharing, collective learning, intersectional networking, and personal and community development.
  • The League of Women Voters of the United States encourages informed and active participation in government.
  • Maya Cinemas‘ mission is to develop, build, own, and operate modern, first-run, megaplex movie theaters in underserved, Latino-dominant communities.
  • Medline is committed to advancing the health of healthcare.
  • Mi Familia Vota is a national civic engagement organization that unites Latino, immigrant, and allied communities to promote social and economic justice.
  • More Than A Vote focuses on your voting game plan.
  • motivote is a digital platform that helps young people bridge the gap between intending to vote and actually doing it.
  • The Movement Cooperative provides data and technology resources that match the needs of progressive organizations.
  • MyVote Project provides voters with relevant policy and candidate information on a nonpartisan basis before they enter the voting booth.
  • NALEO Educational Fund facilitates full Latino participation in the American political process, from citizenship to public service.
  • National Alliance to End Homelessness is committed to preventing and ending homelessness in the United States.
  • The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.
  • National Association of Councils on Developmental Disabilities promotes self-determination, integration, and inclusion for all people in the U.S. with developmental disabilities.
  • National Coalition for Accessible Voting seeks to make sure that everyone with a disability can vote in private and on their own.
  • National Conference on Citizenship (NCoC) is dedicated to strengthening civic life in America.
  • National Congress of American Indians is the oldest, largest and most representative American Indian and Alaska Native organization serving the broad interests of tribal governments and communities.
  • National Council on Independent Living is the longest-running national cross-disability, grassroots organization run by and for people with disabilities.
  • National Council of Jewish Women is a grassroots organization of volunteers and advocates who turn progressive ideals into action.
  • National Disability Rights Network provides protection and advocacy for individuals with disabilities.
  • National Urban Indian Family Coalition elevates a national voice for American Indians and Alaska Natives living in urban communities.
  • The National Urban League is dedicated to economic empowerment, equality, and social justice.
  • National Voter Education Week helps voters bridge the gap between registering to vote and actually casting a ballot.
  • National Voter Registration Day creates broad awareness of voter registration opportunities and reaches tens of thousands of voters who may not register otherwise.
  • NextGen America identifies, engages, and mobilizes people under the age of 35 who are less likely to vote or who are not currently registered to vote.
  • Nonprofit VOTE partners with America’s nonprofits to help the people they serve participate and vote.
  • NYU Democracy Project seeks to increase voter engagement.
  • Patient Voting is a non-partisan effort to heighten awareness of patients’ rights and increase voter turnout.
  • People Demanding Action is helping to evolve a grassroots movement to rebuild American democracy, freedom, peace and justice.
  • People For the American Way Foundation promotes the values and ideals that sustain a free and diverse society, to safeguard the constitutional principles that undergird American democracy.
  • Pizza to the Polls delivers free food to people who are participating in civic life.
  • Poder Latinx provides a range of services and information, including voter registration assistance, focused on the Latinx community.
  • Public Citizen is a nonprofit consumer advocacy organization that champions the public interest in the halls of power.
  • Public Wise envisions a democracy of the people, by the people, and for the people, with a government that is representative, accountable, trusted, and transparent.
  • Repair the World mobilizes Jews and their communities to take action to pursue a just world.
  • Rideshare2Vote Aware is a nonpartisan nonprofit that focuses on civic engagement and voter turnout by offering free rides to the polls.
  • RISE educates and empowers the sports community to eliminate racial discrimination, champion social justice and improve race relations.
  • Rock the Vote is the largest nonpartisan, non-profit organization in the United States driving young people to the polls.
  • Seniors Taking Action is a group of political activists working to support Democratic candidates and organizations throughout the country.
  • South Asians for America is a national, grassroots organization dedicated to the education, advocacy, engagement, and mobilization of the South Asian Democratic community in the US.
  • Students Learn Students Vote (SLSV) Coalition is the largest nonpartisan network in the U.S. dedicated to increasing college student voter participation.
  • Student PIRGs helps students to get organized, mobilized and energized so they can continue to be on the cutting edge of positive change.
  • The Civics Center is dedicated to building the foundations of high school civic engagement and to increase youth voter registration and participation through education, research, advocacy, and volunteer organizing.
  • The Plain Language Group makes written information easy to understand.
  • Transformative Justice Coalition seeks to be a catalyst for changes that bring about justice and equality.
  • TurboVote provides you with the information you need to vote with confidence.
  • United We Dream is the largest immigrant youth-led community in the country.
  • U.S. Vote Foundation and its Overseas Vote initiative offer a comprehensive range of services to help voters navigate today’s complicated landscape of US voting regulations.
  • Visit.org connects nonprofit organizations with socially minded companies that want to make a difference.
  • VoteAmerica provides access to trusted election information, open platform technology, and education programs.
  • Vote.org uses technology to simplify political engagement, increase voter turnout, and strengthen American democracy.
  • Vot-ER is a nonpartisan nonprofit organization that envisions a more inclusive American democracy that includes patients.
  • Vote Early Day focuses on helping every voter know how, where, and when they can vote early.
  • Voter Participation Center helps Americans register to vote and mobilizes the rising American electorate.
  • When We All Vote aims to increase participation in every election through voter registration.
  • We The Action was founded on the fundamental premise that lawyers have the power to do good. None of us can change the world alone.
  • We Vote. We Count. provides a digital platform for voters to share their stories of interference with their voting rights at the polls, difficulties registering to vote and other barriers to voting.
  • The Worker’s Circle is a social justice organization that powers progressive Jewish identity.
  • Youth Movement Against Alzheimer’s is committed to changing the perception of Alzheimer’s Disease.
  • YWCA is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.

National Collaborating Organizations

  • Advancement Project
  • Alliance for Youth Action
  • America Votes
  • American Civil Liberties Union
  • Athletes for Impact
  • The Civil Rights Center
  • ElectionRAVE
  • Institute for Asian Pacific American Leadership and Advancement
  • MALDEF
  • Movement Voter Project
  • National Voter Corps
  • State Voices
  • Student Debt Crisis
  • Unite Here!
  • United Steelworkers International
  • Way to Win
  • Aflac is a Fortune 500 company, providing insurance protection to more than 50 million people worldwide.
  • ActiVote empowers all Americans to be active in our democracy by helping voters create the habit of voting.
  • Boras Corporation is dedicated to being the best in the world at what we do: serving the athletes of baseball.
  • BAI Connect is the leading provider of Internet, Voice and Video services to the greater Los Angeles area, Southern California and Las Vegas.
  • Broadway Podcast Network creates an engaging, immersive, user-friendly experience where theatre stories of all kinds can be easily found, shared, and enjoyed.
  • Civic Alliance is a nonpartisan group of businesses working together to build a future where everyone participates in shaping our country.
  • Constellation Brands’ social responsibility efforts focus on our own responsible practices, advocacy for responsible drinking, and community outreach.
  • Creative Artists Agency creates opportunities for the storytellers, trendsetters, icons, and thought leaders who shape popular culture.
  • Crooked Media is an American political media company to whose VoteSaveAmerica initiative we have contributed state-by-state voter ID information.
  • Everchron provides a revolutionary case management and analysis platform for lawyers.
  • Facebook gives people the power to build community and bring the world closer together.
  • Farmgirl Flowers offers beautiful flower arrangements and provides exceptional customer service.
  • Fors Marsh Group combines the power of research and strategy to solve social, commercial, and health-related challenges.
  • Galaxy Theatres a fully integrated movie theatre company is ranked by size in the top 10% of its industry and currently has theatres in Arizona, California, Nevada, Texas and Washington.
  • Google’s mission is to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.
  • Hamilton includes Ham4Progress, a community highlighting social justice causes whose U.S. map shows voter ID, etc. information for each state.
  • Hulu is the leading premium streaming service offering live and on-demand TV and movies.
  • Lime is the world’s largest shared electric vehicle company.
  • Lyft is one of the largest transportation networks in the United States and Canada.
  • Microsoft Corporation is an American multinational technology corporation which produces computer software, consumer electronics, personal computers, and related services.
  • MTV is a very popular cable channel.
  • OBB Media, Inc. is a multimedia company.
  • Paramount delivers premium content to audiences across platforms worldwide.
  • Participant Media is committed to producing entertainment with socially relevant themes.
  • Patagonia is in business to save our home planet.
  • Paylocity is a cutting-edge HR and payroll tech company.
  • PayPal is committed to democratizing financial services and empowering people and businesses to join and thrive in the global economy.
  • The Philadelphia Eagles, a professional American football team, has developed programs that provide support to those who need it most.
  • Salesforce is the world’s #1 customer relationship management (CRM) platform.
  • Shiseido aims to realize Beauty innovations for a better world.
  • Snapchat is an American multimedia instant messaging app and service.
  • Target is a general merchandise retailer with 400,000+ team members and stores in all 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
  • TaskRabbit connects you with skilled Taskers to help with odd-jobs and errands.
  • theSkimm provides news and other information to its target audience of female millennials.
  • Uber is a tech company that connects the physical and digital worlds to make movement happen at the tap of a button for everyone, everywhere.
  • Unilever’s purpose is to make sustainable living commonplace.
  • Universal Music Group is the world’s leading music company.
  • Yahoo! is a web portal and online services provider.
  • Crowell & Morning, ranked globally as #100 in revenue as of 2021, is continually recognized including for its ongoing commitment to pro bono service and diversity.
  • Davis Wright Tremaine, ranked globally as #116 in revenue as of 2021, dedicated more than 1,665 pro bono hours to voting rights initiatives across the U.S. in 2020.
  • DLA Piper, ranked globally as #3 in revenue as of 2021 with lawyers located in more than 40 countries, focuses its pro bono efforts on three areas: the rights of children, access to justice, and the rule of law.
  • Duane Morris, ranked globally as # 97 in revenue as of 2021, provides extensive pro bono service in all 22 of its U.S. offices and many of its international offices.
  • Gauthier Estate Planning provides complete estate planning services for you throughout the state of California.
  • Gibbs Law Group’s attorneys serve the public interest through community involvement.
  • Goodwin Procter, ranked globally as #29 in revenue as of 2021, dedicates 3% to 5% of its annual hours to pro bono representation and serves over 1,000 clients each year.
  • Kilpatrick Townsend, ranked globally as #104 in revenue as of 2021, honors the legal profession’s responsibility to serve individuals and organizations that ordinarily cannot afford representation even when basic rights and interests are at stake.
  • Latham & Watkins, ranked globally as #2 in revenue as of 2021, is committed to pro bono service (3.7 million hours between 2000-2019, valued at more than US$1.8 billion).
  • Mayer Brown ranked globally as #28 in revenue as of 2021, has received many accolades including most recently being named to The National Law Journal’s 2020 “Pro Bono Hot List.”
  • Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, ranked globally as #8 in revenue as of 2021, is committed to providing innovative, award-winning services to more than 1,800 pro bono clients annually in all of their offices.
  • Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, founded in 1863 and ranked globally as #43 in revenue as of 2021, supports a pro bono program that includes their providing Outside General Counsel to VoteRiders!
  • White & Case, ranked globally as #9 in revenue as of 2021, has built on its 100+ year history of pro bono work to one of the largest practices in the world.
  • ACLU of Alabama works to defend the individual rights and personal freedoms guaranteed to us by the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
  • Alabama Arise is a statewide citizens’ organization composed of faith and community groups that promotes state policies that improve the lives of low-income people.
  • Alabama Institute for Social Justice (AISJ):  The mission of AISJ is to mobilize marginalized communities, with the goal of creating a state where economic, political, and social equity exists for everyone.
  • The Blackburn Institute at the University of Alabama is a leadership development and civic engagement program specifically focused on improving the state of Alabama.
  • Conservation Alabama works to ensure that decisions made by our local, state, and national elected officials protect the people and places you love.
  • Disability Rights & Resources works to increase the independence of individuals with disabilities in Jefferson, Walker, Blount, St. Clair & Shelby counties of Alabama.
  • Faith in Action Alabama’s mission is to honor God by achieving systemic change through faith-based community organizing to create pathways of opportunity for all Alabamians.
  • LCV Alabama drives environmental progress through action.
  • Legal Services Alabama is a public interest law group representing low income Alabamians who need civil legal services. LSA has seven full-time offices serving all 67 counties.
  • The League of Conservation Voters Education Fund Alabama focuses on climate policy that addresses racial and economic injustice.

ALABAMA COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • Alabama A&M University
  • AL Association for the Arts
  • Alabama Disabilities Advocacy Program at the University of Alabama
  • Alabama Nonviolent Offenders Organization
  • Greater Birmingham Ministries
  • Huntsville Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
  • Huntsville Madison County Public Library
  • Medical Advocacy and Outreach
  • Tennessee Valley League of Women Voters Unit
  • Vote Alabama
  • Ability360 offers comprehensive programs to help people with disabilities achieve self-sufficiency
  • All Voting is Local Arizona strives for a democracy that works for all Arizonans.
  • Arizona Advocacy Network works to defend and deepen Arizona’s commitment to democracy.
  • Arizona Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander for Equity builds power through community directed organizing, increasing civic engagement, and empowering young leaders.
  • Arizona Center for Disability Law is dedicated to protecting the rights of individuals with physical, mental, psychiatric, sensory and cognitive disabilities.
  • Arizona Center for Empowerment (ACE) educates, empowers and engages working families to create solutions to issues of social and economic justice.
  • Arizona Democracy Resource Center is dedicated to empowering community members and encouraging civic participation.
  • Arizona Students’ Association is a student-led, non-partisan organization that represents 140,000+ university students and 400,000+ community college students and focuses on affordable and accessible higher education.
  • Arizona VetsForward equips and mobilizes America’s military veterans to defend democratic values at home by winning the hearts and minds of American voters.
  • Arizona Wins is a coalition of progressive advocacy organizations and labor unions, working together to improve public policy for working families in Arizona.
  • Campus Vote Project Arizona works with colleges and universities to normalize and institutionalize student voting.
  • CAIR-Arizona is a grassroots civil rights and advocacy group.
  • CHISPA is a grassroots campaign that is raising Latino voices for a cleaner future in Arizona.
  • Corazon (Congregations Rising Arizona Organizing Neighborhoods) is a multi-faith and diverse member-led grassroot organization building power in the East Valley and Central Phoenix.
  • Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR AZ) advocates for a better understanding of Islam by building bridges of understanding and respect.
  • Dobson High School seeks to enable graduates to be successful members of society.
  • Election Protection Arizona is a nonpartisan coalition of partners that work to ensure eligible voters are able to participate in our democracy.
  • Environmental Professionals of Arizona provides a platform that allows our members to learn and share information within a diverse list of environmental disciplines.
  • First Step Center in Phoenix seeks to establish a long-term, loving relationship that will help patients overcome addiction.
  • HOPESS gives those struggling with addiction and mental health concerns hope to live a better life.
  • League of Women Voters of Arizona is a nonpartisan political organization, encourages informed and active participation in government through education and advocacy.
  • Living United for Change in Arizona (LUCHA) is a community organization of families, working together to bring about a more socially and economically just Arizona.
  • Mesa Community College seeks to continue improving to better assist students in reaching their goals.
  • Mesa Community College American Indian Institute’s mission is to create an inclusive and vibrant learning community where everyone is supported to achieve success.
  • Mesa Public Schools is the largest public school district in Arizona, educating more than 64,500 students in preschool through 12th grade.
  • Native Vote assists tribes to ensure that every qualified voter has the opportunity to cast a ballot on Election Day.
  • Northern Arizona Council of Governments is a nonprofit corporation representing local governments to provide a wide variety of services within Apache, Coconino, Navajo and Yavapai Counties.
  • One Arizona members represent a broad tapestry of 501c3s focused on voter registration, voter engagement, voter mobilization, election protection, and issue advocacy.
  • Phoenix College is the flagship of the Maricopa Community Colleges.
  • Phoenix Indian Center is the primary resource of employment, education, cultural enrichment and community engagement for urban American Indians residing in Maricopa County.
  • Rail CDC works with neighbors, small businesses, artists, non-profits, and more to help make our community more equitable and humane.
  • Red Mountain High School, located in Mesa, has the motto: On this mountain we stand as one.
  • Rural Arizona Engagement connects rural Arizona through civic engagement and community action.
  • Self Advocates Becoming Empowered seeks to ensure that people with disabilities are treated as equals.
  • Social Spin Foundation provides convenient, cost-effective and caring laundry services and clean clothes to every member of our community.
  • The Andrew Goodman Foundation makes young voices and votes a powerful force in democracy.
  • The Centers for Habilitation finds creative and innovative ways to provide hope and purpose for individuals with disabilities.
  • Tomorrow We Vote informs high school upperclassmen about their voting rights and issues impacting their communities.
  • Wildfire aims to alleviate the effects of poverty in Arizona.
  • Youth On Their Own supports the high school graduation and continued success of youth experiencing homelessness in Pima County.
  • YWCA Arizona is committed to racial justice and civil rights.

ARIZONA COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • Arizona Coalition for Change
  • Fresh Start Women’s Foundation
  • Inter Tribal Council of Arizona
  • Mariposa Community Health Center
  • Neighborhood Access Outreach to Health (NOAH)
  • NextGen Education Fund
  • Northern AZ Climate Change Alliance
  • Wesley Community & Health Centers
  • YWCA Metropolitan Phoenix
  • The ACLU of Arkansas is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that uses legal, legislative and public education methods to protect and promote a broad range of constitutional issues.

ARKANSAS COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • The Village Place

CALIFORNIA COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • Asian Law Alliance
  • Idyllwild Library
  • NextGen Education Fund
  • North Westwood Neighborhood Council
  • Performing Stars
  • Shadow Ridge

COLORADO COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • Sudanese American Public Affairs Association

CONNECTICUT COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • The Arc Eastern CT
  • Connecticut State Independent Living Council
  • Derby Neck Library
  • Disability Rights Connecticut
  • Ferguson Library
  • Klingberg Family Centers
  • Rev UP Connecticut

 

  • Howard University is a private, federally chartered historically black university in Washington, D.C.
  • Abrazo Boricua is a coalition of Orlando-based advocacy, civil rights, faith, and civic engagement organizations to assist displaced Puerto Rican families.
  • Access the Vote Florida is a state-level coalition that advocates for inclusivity and accessibility among voters with disabilities within state elections.
  • The ACLU of Florida works to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed to all people in this country by the Constitution and laws of the United States.
  • Action Together Network fights for human rights through action.
  • Alianza for Progress seeks to unite the Puerto Rican and Hispanic population in the state of Florida and develop leaders from within the community that will support progressive policies.
  • All About the Ballots is a grassroots community initiative whose purpose is to encourage minority voters in the 18 to 40 year age group to vote.
  • All Voting is Local Florida fights for access to the ballot for all Floridians.
  • Aspire Health Partners provides a full continuum of behavioral healthcare services across six Central Florida Counties.
  • Barry University Campus Democracy Project involves poll workers, campaign teams, and election protection volunteer opportunities.
  • Bring It Home Florida is a grassroots nonprofit organization that empowers everyday people to fight for Florida’s future.
  • Youth Advisory Group of Campesinos Sin Fronteras advocates, promotes and educates healthy life styles to farmworkers, and other low to moderate-income individuals.
  • Campus Peace Action UCF (University of Central FL) hopes to build a community ready to fight for justice as political activists, environmentalists, and community volunteers.
  • Campus Vote Project Florida works with colleges and universities to normalize and institutionalize student voting.
  • Center for Artistic Activism helps people use their creativity and culture to effect power.
  • The Central Florida Grassroots Progressives is a resource center committed to advancing progressive causes.
  • Central Florida Jobs with Justice forms long-term relationships and formal partnerships between labor unions, people of faith, community organizations, and student activists based on shared values.
  • Centro de Ayuda Hispana is a HUD Approved Housing Counseling Agency.
  • The Children’s Home Society of Florida delivers solutions that empower parents and their children.
  • Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida helps families and individuals return to stable, permanent homes as quickly as possible.
  • Coalition on Human Needs is an alliance of national organizations that promotes public policies which address the needs of low-income and other vulnerable populations.
  • Common Cause Florida is a nonpartisan grassroots organization dedicated to upholding the core values of American democracy.
  • Community Action Partnership of Orange County seeks to end and prevent poverty by stabilizing, sustaining and empowering people with the resources they need when they need them.
  • Community Hope Center restores dignity and self-sufficiency to low-income, poverty-level families and individuals living in and around Osceola County, Florida.
  • Contigo Fund is committed to supporting the resilience of those living at the intersection of marginalized identities and building on their power.
  • Daniel Kids has improved the lives of children and families since 1884.
  • Disability Rights Florida is the statewide designated protection and advocacy system for individuals with disabilities in the State of Florida.
  • Dismas Charities serves as the primary re-entry point for men and women returning to society from state and federal prisons each year.
  • Environmental Defense Fund works with other organizations as well as with business, government and communities to solve the most critical environmental problems facing the planet.
  • Equality Florida, consisting of Equality Florida Institute and Equality Florida Action, is the largest civil rights organization dedicated to securing full equality for Florida’s LGBTQ community.
  • Equal Ground is a community-centered organization engaging the rising American electorate through equal access to education about voting and empowerment.
  • Faith in Public Life is a national network of nearly 50,000 clergy and faith leaders united in the prophetic pursuit of justice and the common good.
  • Farmworker Association of Florida seeks to build power among farmworker and rural low-income communities.
  • Feeding Tampa Bay is the driving force behind all food relief in Tampa Bay.
  • Florida 501c3 Civic Engagement Table expands access to the ballot through voter protection and education.
  • Florida Conservation Voters’ mission is to build political power to protect our environment, protect our democracy, and create a healthy and sustainable future for everyone.
  • Florida Department of Children and Families provides a variety of services for Florida residents.
  • The Florida Immigrant Coalition works together for the fair treatment of all people, including immigrants.
  • Florida Licensing on Wheels 13 mobile units dramatically enhances the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles’ ability to make their services more accessible.
  • Florida Rights Restoration Coalition is a grassroots, membership organization run by returning citizens who are dedicated to ending disenfranchisement and discrimination.
  • The Florida Student Power Network is comprised of youth and student organizers who create strategic approaches that challenge oppression and secure justice sustainably.
  • For Our Future Florida mobilizes and empowers people and community-based organizations, connecting issues and elections.
  • Gender Advancement Project is a Trans-led grassroots movement dedicated to the progression and inclusion of Transgender/GNB individuals in all facets of society.
  • Goodwill Industries of Central Florida provides opportunities for every member in our community to achieve their goals.
  • Hear Our Voice Tampa empowers our youth to confidently speak for themselves by developing their leadership, creative and communication skills.
  • His Healing Hand Ministries is a purpose-driven ministry working with those behind bars, those returning from a time away, those on probation or parole, or those who have a criminal past.
  • Hispanic Federation works in the areas of education, health, immigration, civic engagement, economic empowerment, and the environment.
  • Hogar CREA is dedicated to the prevention and treatment of alcohol and substance abuse.
  • Homeless Empowerment Program provides safe shelter, support services, and stability for families with children-in-need.
  • Hope CommUnity Center is a service-learning community dedicated to the empowerment of Central Florida’s immigrant and working poor communities.
  • Jacksonville NAACP aims to ensure a society in which all individuals have equal rights without discrimination based on race.
  • Kaleo Ministries is a non-denominational church dedicated to spreading the gospel and reaching out to serve our community.
  • La Mesa Boricua de Florida is a strategic movement to strengthen the power and well-being of Puerto Ricans everywhere.
  • LatinoJustice uses litigation and advocacy to protect Latinx voting rights.
  • Through Democracy For All Florida, LCV Education Fund empowers the voices of Miami, Broward, and Palm Beach County through civic engagement.
  • Engage Miami builds civic equity and power through voter engagement, civic education, leadership development, and local and state issue organizing.
  • League of Women Voters of Florida is involved in a broad range of Voter Services, including voter education.
  • Metro Inclusive Health is committed to providing quality health and wellness services.
  • Mi Familia Vota Florida builds Latino political power through year-round voter engagement.
  • Miami Dade College serves as an economic, cultural and civic leader for the advancement of our diverse global community.
  • Miami-Dade Public Library provides extraordinary services, spaces and experiences that promote literacy and learning, personal growth and limitless opportunities.
  • Misión Boricua seeks to promote civic engagement within the Puerto Rican Diaspora of Central Florida.
  • Moms Demand Action is a grassroots movement of Americans fighting for public safety measures that can protect people from gun violence.
  • MyVote Project provides voters with detailed resources to encourage informed decisions at the ballot box.
  • National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum is the only organization focused on building power with AAPI women and girls to influence critical decisions that affect our lives, our families and our communities.
  • New Florida Majority works to increase the voting and political power of marginalized and excluded constituencies toward an inclusive, equitable, and just Florida.
  • New Life Outreach Ministries provides transitional and permanent housing to men overcoming life-matters of homelessness and substance abuse.
  • New Season Treatment Center of  Bay Area provides opioid addiction treatment and recovery in Pinellas Park and the surrounding Bay Area.
  • The Orange County Community Action Division enhances the quality of life, promotes self-sufficiency, and eliminates the causes and consequences of poverty.
  • Orange County Neighborhood Centers for Families are one-stop centers that provide residents with a multitude of valuable services within their communities.
  • Orange County Tax Collector’s Office supervises the County’s DMV offices and services.
  • Organize Florida is a community-based, nonprofit member organization of low- and moderate-income people dedicated to the principles of social, racial, and economic justice and the promotion of an equal and fair Florida for all.
  • Orlando Center for Justice is a legal aid organization and an organization of community lawyers.
  • The Peace and Justice Institute at Valencia College promotes peace and justice for all.
  • The Picnic Project of Sanford helps those in need.
  • The Pinellas Ex-Offender Re-Entry Coalition helps the offender become and remain an ex-offender.
  • Pinellas Hope, a program of Catholic Charities, makes a commitment to serve all people with respect, compassion, and cooperation in the spirit of a unifying God.
  • Progress Florida promotes progressive values including increased civic participation and voter education.
  • Puerto Rico Federal Affairs Administration in Orlando, FL, provides birth, marriage, death, and other documents.
  • QLatinx is a grassroots racial, social, and gender justice organization dedicated to the advancement and empowerment of Central Florida’s LGBTQ+ Latinx community.
  • Rescue Me Project Ministries seeks to close the opportunity gap for individuals eager to participate in the digital world and demanding force of society.
  • Respeta Mi Gente is a coalition of national and local groups organizing to promote the issues important to Puerto Ricans.
  • The Rollins College Democracy Project is a nonpartisan student-led initiative dedicated to the idea that civic engagement is critical to our future.
  • Sage Living seeks to improve the lives of special needs populations through affordable, all-inclusive housing environments.
  • Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida inspires and engages our community to end hunger.
  • Service and Love Together is a ministry organization that serves the unsheltered through comprehensive mobile drop-in centers.
  • The Sharing Center’s mission to help families and individuals experiencing poverty receive compassionate care.
  • SisterHermana Foundation assists those diagnosed with cancer with their everyday life essentials, unrelated to medical costs.
  • St. Peter Claver Prison Ministry is a faith-based re-entry program in Central Florida.
  • Tallahassee Veterans Legal Collaborative provides legal counsel and referrals to all veterans living in Florida’s Big Bend area.
  • Turning Points provides free services to assist individuals and families on their path to financial stability and independence.
  • UnidosUS serves Latinos in the areas of civic engagement, civil rights and immigration, education, workforce and the economy, health, and housing.
  • United Way of Florida seeks to increase the organized capacity of people to care for one another.
  • The University of Central Florida is the largest college by enrollment in Florida, and is the second-largest overall among U.S. colleges and universities.
  • University of North Florida creates the next generation of thinkers, leaders and problem solvers.
  • Unno Boutique Hotel is as close to home as can be.
  • Valencia College is an innovative leader in higher education with a reputation for student success.
  • Vamos4PR is a network of stateside labor, community, cultural, and human rights groups committed to empowering the Puerto Rican diaspora.
  • West Orange Dream Center is a faith-based, not-for-profit, neighborhood center.
  • Women’s Center of Jacksonville improves the lives of women through advocacy, support and education and provides rape recovery services for individuals of all genders.

FLORIDA COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • Adult & Teen Challenge
  • All About The Ballots
  • Big Homies Street Mentoring and Ministry
  • Black Commission
  • Bond Community Health Center
  • Christian Help
  • Cream City Inc.
  • Democracy For All Florida
  • Diamonds in the Rough
  • Feeding Pinellas
  • Florida Community Health Centers Inc.
  • Florida Department of Health
  • Florida Education Association
  • Genesis Community Health
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Harriet Tubman Freedom Fighters
  • Holden Heights Community Center
  • Hope City Refuge
  • I Am Group
  • Labor Finders
  • League of Women Voters of Broward County Education Fund, Inc.
  • League of Women Voters of Hillsborough County
  • League of Women Voters of Jacksonville/First Coast
  • League of Women Voters of Miami-Dade County
  • League of Women Voters of North Pinellas County, Inc.
  • League of Women Voters of Orange County
  • League of Women Voters of Palm Beach County
  • League of Women Voters Seminole County
  • League of Women Voters of Tallahassee
  • League of Women Voters of the Upper Keys
  • League of Women Voters of The Villages/Tri-County Area Education Fund
  • Loaves and Fishes
  • Man of Purpose Inc.
  • Maxey Community Center
  • Metro Treatment of Florida LP
  • Mil Mujeres
  • Miracle of Love Inc.
  • Orange County Department of Motor Vehicles
  • National Congress of Black Women
  • People of Purpose
  • Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc.
  • Potters House Christian Fellowship
  • Revitalize Arlington, Inc.
  • The Mission
  • The Transition House
  • Turning Points
  • Truth Health
  • Winter Garden Police Department

GEORGIA COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • A Better Way Ministry
  • A New Life Home Rehab Group
  • Action Ministries and Athens
  • Aging and Disability Resource Connection Advisory Council
  • A.J. McClung WMCA
  • Albany Voter’s Coalition
  • All Voting is Local Georgia
  • AME Church Southwest Georgia
  • American Haircuts
  • Anguished Barber
  • Asian Americans Advancing Justice
  • Athens Area Diaper Bank
  • Athens Area Emergency Food Bank
  • Athens-Clarke County Library
  • Athens Resource Center for Hope
  • Atlanta Hot Shave
  • Atlanta Mission
  • Augusta-Richmond County Public Library System
  • Brown’s Barber Shop
  • Celebrity Cuts ATL
  • Cobb Collaborative
  • Cobb County NAACP
  • Columbus Department of Public Health
  • Community Advanced Practice
  • Delta Sigma Theta Sorority – Thomson Alumnae Chapter
  • Dempsey Apartments
  • Enrichment Services Program, Inc.
  • Family Health Centers of Georgia
  • First Choice Primary Care
  • Georgia ADAPT
  • Georgia Muslim Voter Project
  • Grant Chapel AME Church
  • Greater Atlanta Urban League
  • Gwinnett County Public Library
  • Henry County Library System
  • Henry W. Grady High School
  • Ideal Barbershop
  • Iglesia Pentecostal Llamamos a Santidad
  • Indivisible Lamar County
  • Islands Planning Commission
  • Lay Park Community Resource
  • League of Women Voters of Coastal Georgia
  • Lush Salon
  • Meals on Wheels
  • Mercy Care/Gateway
  • Michelle Scott Hair Salon
  • Migrant Equality
  • My Black Has A Purpose
  • My Sister’s Place
  • National Council of Negro Women
  • Oconee County Library
  • Oconee Heights Baptist Church
  • One Way Deliverance
  • Organizing for Grady County Inc.
  • National Action Network
  • Peaceful Holiness Church
  • Peach County Concerned Citizens
  • Peters Chapel AME Church
  • Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.
  • Rebecca’s Tent
  • Repair the World
  • Rosby’s Convenience Store
  • Rose’s Caribbean Cafe
  • RX Elites Barber
  • Saint James AME Church
  • Saint Philip AME Church
  • Salvation Army of Georgia
  • Sarah’s Closet & Comprehensive Services
  • Sisters in Service of Southwest Georgia
  • South Tifton Learning Center
  • Southwest Georgia Project
  • St. John AME Church
  • The Ark
  • The Black Table Fund
  • Tri-City Housing Authority
  • Turn Around Columbus
  • Union Hill AME Church
  • Vintage Barbershop
  • Woman with A Plan
  • Wellcare
  • West Mortuary
  • YWCA of Greater Atlanta
  • Zaban Paradies Shelter

HAWAII COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • Molokai Community Health Center

ILLINOIS COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • Beth Tikvah Congregation
  • Goodwill Industries of Northern Illinois
  • Heartland Health Centers
  • Homewood Science Center
  • Count US IN is an Indiana-based movement that seeks to educate and empower the community as well as show that our voices matter.

INDIANA COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • Community Alliance of the Far Eastside (CAFE)
  • Concord Community Center
  • Edna Martin Christian Center
  • Fay Biccard Glick Neighborhood Center
  • Hawthorne Community Center
  • Holy Family Shelter, Archdiocese of Indianapolis
  • Horizon House
  • Indianapolis Public Library
  • John Bonner Neighborhood Centers
  • La Plaza, Inc.
  • Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center
  • MLK Center
  • Peace Church Alliance, sponsored by Monthly Meeting of Friends Indianapolis
  • Purdue Votes Coalition
  • Southeast Community Services
  • The Haven at First and Market

IOWA COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • Fated Change Community Block Party
  • Johnston Partnership for a Healthy Community
  • ACLU of Kentucky is freedom’s watchdog, working to defend the individual’s rights and liberties.
  • League of Women Voters of Kentucky is a non-partisan organization that promotes the informed and active participation of citizens in government through study and action.
  • Meals on Wheels is dedicated to addressing senior isolation and hunger.

KENTUCKY COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • Barren River Area Development District (ADD)
  • Big Sandy ADD
  • Bluegrass ADD
  • Buffalo Trace ADD
  • Cumberland Valley ADD
  • FIVCO ADD
  • Gateway ADD
  • Green River ADD
  • Kentuckians for the Commonwealth
  • Kentucky River ADD
  • KIPDA
  • Lake Cumberland ADD
  • League of Women Voters of Lexington
  • League of Women Voters of Louisville/Jefferson
  • Lincoln Trail ADD
  • Lindsey Wilson College
  • Northern Kentucky ADD
  • Pennyrile ADD
  • Purchase ADD
  • University of Louisville
  • YMCA of Greater Cincinnati

LOUISIANA COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • St. Tammany Parish Library
  • Southeast Community Health Systems
  • Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. – Zeta Iota Zeta Chapter

MARYLAND COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • Allegany College of Maryland
  • National Association of Colored Women’s Clubs, Inc.
  • Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.
  • Wicomico Public Libraries

MASSACHUSETTS COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • Attleboro Public Library
  • Fitchburg Public Library
  • Lynn Community Health Center
  • Springfield Alumnae Chapter of DST

MICHIGAN COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • Central Michigan University
  • Communication and Media Arts High School
  • Detroit Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
  • The Disability Network
  • Grand Valley State University
  • League of Women Voters – Calhoun County Unit of Kalamazoo
  • League of Women Voters of Copper Country
  • League of Women Voters of the Greater Grand Rapids Area
  • League of Women Voters of Holland Area
  • League of Women Voters Marquette County
  • Michigan Civic Action Network
  • Michigan State University
  • NextGen Education Fund
  • Northern Michigan University
  • Saginaw Valley State University Center for Community Engagement & Experiential Learning
  • University of Michigan-Dearborn
  • Voting Access For All
  • Hennepin County Libraries include 41 libraries, website and outreach services serving 1.2 million Minnesota residents over 611 square miles.

MINNESOTA COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • Options Resource Center for Independent Living
  • Rosedale Freedom Projectsupports the Mississippi Delta’s young leaders in the development of critical consciousness and the practice of justice.

MISSISSIPPI COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
  • Missouri Voter Protection Coalition is a non-partisan network of voter advocates, including approximately 50 organizations, who work to secure the right to vote.
  • Beyond Housing is a comprehensive community development organization based in the Normandy Schools Collaborative in north St. Louis County.
  • League of Women Voters of Missouri is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government.

MISSOURI COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority
  • Jefferson College Library
  • League of Women Voters of Kansas City
  • Xi Tau Omega Alpha Kappa Alpha

MONTANA COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • ImagineIF Libraries
  • Partnership Health Center

NEBRASKA COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. – DEO
  • Winnebago Comprehensive Healthcare System

NEVADA COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • Campus Election Engagement Project
  • NextGen Education Fund
  • America Votes leads a coalition of civic engagement organizations.

NEW JERSEY COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • County College of Morris

NEW MEXICO COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • NextGen Education Fund
  • Delta Sigma Pi fraternity at Stony Brook University seeks to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the community.

NEW YORK COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • Henry Waldinger Memorial Library
  • Hobart & William Smith Colleges
  • NAACP WP/Greenburgh Branch
  • The Community Builders
  • Sun River Health
  • YWCA White Plains and Central Westchester
NORTH CAROLINA COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS
  • Action for Climate Emergency
  • Alston Wilkes Society
  • Cary First Christian Church
  • Community Partners Across the South
  • Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
  • disAbility Resource Center
  • Duke Outpatient Clinic
  • El Pueblo
  • Grier Heights Association
  • High Point NAACP
  • Holla Community Development Corporation
  • International House
  • Kinston Community Health Center, Inc.
  • Mooresville Public Library
  • NAACP
  • NC Campus Engagement
  • NC Community Outreach and Wellness Center Inc
  • NextGen Education Fund
  • New Rural Project
  • North Carolina Black Alliance
  • North Carolina League of Women Voters, Lower Cape Fear
  • North Meck Progressives
  • Poor People’s Campaign
  • Raleigh-Apex NAACP
  • Raleigh Road Drive-in
  • ReEntry Partners
  • YWCA Greensboro
  • All Voting is Local fights to remove discriminatory barriers to the ballot before Election Day to build a democracy that works for us all.
  • Asian Services in Action supports, serves, and advocates for Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders, immigrants, and refugees.
  • Bethel AME Church of Columbus’ mission is to minister to the social, spiritual, and physical development of all people.
  • Cincinnati Health Department has been committed to protecting and improving the health of the people of Cincinnati since 1826.
  • Cincinnati Public Library’s mission is to connect people with the world of ideas and information.
  • Cleveland Votes is a nonpartisan, democracy-building movement that works to reconstruct and strengthen power through active participation of our collective partners.
  • Common Cause Ohio works to strengthen public participation in our democracy and ensure that public officials and public institutions are accountable and responsive to citizens.
  • Disability Rights Ohio provides legal advocacy and rights protection to a wide range of people with disabilities.
  • Esperanza empowers Northeast Ohio Hispanic/Latinx communities to flourish by equipping learners for educational attainment and lifelong success.
  • Faith in Public Life has played an important role in changing the narrative about the role of faith in politics.
  • Growing Together Foursquare Church is a part of a Great Commission movement to transform communities through the multiplication of disciples, leaders and churches.
  • Jobs with Justice Toledo is a volunteer organization committed to worker justice.
  • Human Services Chamber of Hamilton County represents over 80 health and human services agencies in the Cincinnati region.
  • League of Women Voters of Ohio is a nonpartisan, grassroots organization working to protect and expand voting rights.
  • Lutheran Metropolitan Ministry’s mission to promote shalom and justice through a Christian ministry of service and advocacy with those who are oppressed, forgotten and hurting.
  • National Council of Jewish Women Cleveland – a powerful force for social change across the country, around the globe – and in Cleveland.  The oldest Jewish women’s organization in North America.
  • Ohio Disability Rights Law and Policy Center, Inc. provides legal advocacy and rights protection to a wide range of people with disabilities.
  • Ohio Student Activist Alliance empowers and mobilizes young voters through education and organization.
  • Ohio Unity Coalition partners with individuals and Black-Led organizations to make voting and civic engagement an ongoing responsibility and tradition.
  • Ohio Voter Rights Coalition is Ohio’s coalition of voter advocates dedicated to ensuring that our elections are modern, secure and accessible to all Ohioans.
  • Ohio Women’s Alliance is a power-building Reproductive Justice organization providing programming, resources, and education for women, femmes, gender-expansive folks, and youth throughout Ohio.
  • Payne Chapel AME Church of Hamilton is an African Methodist Church in Hamilton, Ohio.
  • The Community Mobilization Coalition of Greater Youngstown promotes political and economic empowerment within the African American and Hispanic communities and addresses racial disparity and social issues.
  • United Methodist Church for All People grew out of the message of unconditional love offered by the Free Store and the atmosphere of hospitality it created.
  • Vessels Vote is committed to increasing civic participation in communities that traditionally have been disenfranchised or discriminated against.
  • Young Latino Network empowers the Latino community through leadership, development, and civic engagement.

OHIO COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • Adventist Outreach Ministry Food Pantry
  • Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority
  • Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. Lambda Phi Omega Chapter
  • The Center for Independent Living Options
  • Common Cause Ohio Education Fund
  • Case Western Reserve University
  • Center for Independent Living Options/Art Beyond Boundaries
  • CHARP EDucation Consulting
  • City of Cincinnati Council Member Meeka Owens
  • Clevotes
  • Columbus State Community College
  • Community Mobilization Coalition
  • CPS – Cincinnati Public Schools
  • Cuyahoga County Division of Senior and Adult Services
  • Cuyahoga County Health and Human Services
  • Dohn Community High School
  • For Our Future Ohio
  • Greater Cincinnati Voter Collaborative (GCVC)
  • Green Environmental Coalition
  • Holy Spirit Catholic Community
  • Indivisible Appalachian Ohio Educational Outreach
  • Jeremiah’s Letter
  • John Carroll University
  • Lakewood League of Women Voters
  • LatinOH
  • League of Women Voters of Akron Area Education Fund
  • League of Women Voters Cleveland Heights-University Heights
  • League of Women Voters of Geauga
  • League of Women Voters Greater Cleveland Southeast Chapter
  • League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Columbus
  • League of Women Voters of the Cincinnati Area
  • League of Women Voters Ohio
  • League of Women Voters Oxford
  • League of Women Voters – Toledo Lucas County
  • Marietta College
  • Mobilize the Vote NEO
  • Northeast Ohio Voter Advocates
  • Ohio Organizing Collaborative / Ohio Student Association
  • Ohio Student Activist Alliance
  • Ohio Women’s Alliance
  • Organize Ohio
  • Otterbein University
  • Pro Choice Ohio Foundation
  • SOS Strengthening Our Students
  • St Vincent de Paul Social Services
  • TARGETohio
  • Tikkun Farm
  • University of Cincinnati
  • University of Cincinnati Center for Community Engagement
  • Victim Assistance Program
  • Young Latino Network
  • YMCA of Greater Cincinnati

PENNSYLVANIA COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • Alpha Alpha Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
  • Anthracite Region Center for Independent Living
  • Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance (APALA)
  • Bryn Mawr College
  • Campus Vote Project Pennsylvania
  • Carnegie Mellon University
  • Civic Influencers Coatesville
  • Civic Influencers Philadelphia
  • Disability Pride PA
  • Drexel University – Lindy Center for Civic Engagement
  • Galaei
  • Greater Pittsburgh/Mon Valley Unity Coalition
  • Hampton Garden Apartments
  • Juniata Valley Behavioral and Developmental Services
  • Korean Community Development Center
  • Kutztown University
  • League of Women Voters of Indiana County
  • League of Women Voters of Lehigh County
  • League of Women Voters of Philadelphia
  • League of Women Voters of Greater Pittsburgh
  • Library System of Bradford County
  • Pennsylvania Psychiatric Institute
  • Mt Carmel Baptist Church
  • NextGen Education Fund
  • Norfolk State University Alumni Chapter of Greater Philadelphia
  • The Wright Center
  • University of Pittsburgh
  • UrbnSEEK
  • Veterans Leadership Program

  • YWCA of Homewood-Brushton
  • YWCA Tri-County Area
  • YWCA Westmoreland County

SOUTH CAROLINA COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • Affinity Health Center
  • Be The Ones
  • Seneca Presbyterian Church
  • CivicTN empowers non-partisan coalitions with the resources to strengthen democracy and civic participation in Tennessee.
  • Tennessee Immigrant & Refugee Rights Coalition seeks to empower its constituents to create an atmosphere in which they are recognized as positive contributors to the state.

TENNESSEE COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • SisterReach
  • Tennessee Campus Democracy Network
  • The Equity Alliance
  • ACLU of Texas works to secure and protect civil rights for Texans throughout the state.
  • Adult Rehabilitation Ministry Dallas is devoted to healing those struggling with addiction, mental health disorders, and dual diagnosis through faith-based treatment and unwavering support.
  • American Indian Center of Houston is devoted to enhancing the Native American community in the Greater Houston area.
  • American Indians in Texas at the Spanish Colonial Missions provides a wide array of programs that address the social needs and cultural aspirations of the diverse indigenous communities in San Antonio.
  • ARM Dallas is devoted to healing those struggling with addiction, mental health disorders, and dual diagnosis through faith-based treatment and unwavering support.
  • Baker Ripley helps families and individuals in Brazoria, Galveston and Harris counties with the payment of electricity, gas and water bills.
  • Black Voters Matter Texas works on effective civic engagement in marginalized, predominantly Black communities.
  • Campus Vote Project Texas works with colleges and universities to normalize and institutionalize student voting.
  • Career and Recovery Resources, Inc. helps people identify and overcome their barriers to achieve a stable life.
  • Dallas Indian United Methodist Church is a community of believers for those who seek a spiritual fellowship among Native peoples.
  • Empowering the Masses – Dallas empowers underserved individuals by providing life skills and educational training services.
  • Energy Institute High School is the first high school devoted to preparing students for careers in the energy field, they focus on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics while breaking the barriers of the traditional classroom.
  • Fort Bend County Commissioners Court oversees the County’s more than 3,000 employees and its nearly $400 million dollar budget.
  • Fuerza Unida empowers women workers and our families to achieve social, economic and environmental justice through education, organizing and advocacy.
  • GenHTX is dedicated to organizing the next generation of leaders to forge a better Houston for everyone.
  • Grace Place connects people and professional carers through a network of residential and support programs in communities across Texas.
  • HEARTS@UTHealth Houston is committed to supporting individuals who have previously or are currently experiencing problematic substance use.
  • Houston Community College Southeast is an open-admission, public institution of higher education offering a high-quality, affordable education for academic advancement, workforce training, career development, and lifelong learning.
  • Houston Faith Votes equips faith leaders and their congregations with the information, opportunities, and outreach tools to educate their communities and engage with lawmakers on pressing public policy issues.
  • Hidalgo County Coalition develops and maintains a network for the exchange of resource information.
  • Housing Crisis Center is working to prevent homelessness and to stabilize those at risk of becoming homeless.
  • Houston in Action is a coalition that works to increase civic engagement and participation.
  • Houston Justice is a non-partisan advocacy group aimed at eradicating homelessness, recidivism, and injustice in the community-at-large.
  • Houston Housing Authority seeks to improve lives by providing quality, affordable housing options and promoting education and economic self-sufficiency.
  • Houston Public Library is a dynamic organization, comprised of 44 public service units, that serves one of the largest service areas – both population and area – in the country.
  • Houston Youth Voters Conference is a student-led, non-partisan collaboration among Houston-area schools.
  • League of Women Voters of San Antonio Area encourages informed and active participation of citizens in government.
  • League of Women Voters of the Rio Grande Valley is a nonpartisan, grassroots civic organization that encourages informed and active participation in government.
  • League of Women Voters of Texas encourages informed and active participation in government.
  • Legacy Community Health Services is a full-service, Federally Qualified Health Center for under-served Houstonians.
  • The Mahogany Project aims to reduce social isolation, stigma, and acts of injustice in TQLGB+ Communities of Color.
  • Mi Familia Vota Texas builds Latino political power through year-round voter engagement.
  • MOVE Texas builds power in underrepresented youth communities through civic education.
  • The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. is America’s premier legal organization fighting for racial justice.
  • NextGen Texas seeks to empower young voters to engage in the political process.
  • Operation ID helps under-served Houstonians to obtain a photo ID and/or birth certificate.
  • Redemption Bridge provides “A Second Chance/Second Career” to reduce recidivism, reduce the cost of incarceration, and support the job needs of thousands of Texas businesses.
  • Reform Immigration for Texas Alliance works to develop and foster an inclusive environment in Texas.
  • Restoring Justice provides holistic and client-centered representation to marginalized members of our community facing criminal charges.
  • RideShare2Vote provides free round-trip transportation to polling places.
  • The San Antonio Public Library changes lives through the transformative power of information, imagination, and ideas.
  • SDS Gents make a real difference in the lives of others.
  • South Asian American Voter Empowerment is a grassroots effort leading the largest South Asian outreach in the state of Texas.
  • South Dallas Employment Project helps individuals to obtain the skills, competencies, knowledge and capabilities to lead sustainable lives.
  • Student Government Association, University of Houston works to improve and enhance the quality of the student experience.
  • Texas Civil Rights Project works to eliminate systemic barriers that exclude millions of people from the ballot box.
  • Texas Freedom Network Education Fund supports research and education on social policy issues.
  • Texas ID Advocates is a social justice outreach organization that provides assistance to individuals seeking a Texas state-issued photo ID.
  • Texas Organizing Project organizes Black and Latino communities in Dallas, Harris and Bexar counties to increase voter participation.
  • Texas Rising, a project of the Texas Freedom Network, is building the power of young people in our communities and at the ballot box.
  • Texas Turnout is a nonpartisan campaign to encourage eligible voters in the Texas Rio Grande Valley to participate in the civic process of voting.
  • Tony’s Place empowers unstable housed LGBTQ+ youth and their allies in Houston.
  • Workforce Solutions helps employers meet their human resource needs and individuals build careers, so both can compete in the global economy.
  • Youth Transitioning Into Adulthood is a 501(c)(3) faith-based organization that provides support to youth leaving the Texas foster care system.

TEXAS COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • Abounding Prosperity, Inc.
  • All of Us or None
  • Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority
  • Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Chi Zeta Omega Chapter
  • Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance
  • Association Amigas
  • BakerRipley
  • Bexar County Public Defender Office
  • Big Homie Street Mentoring/Ministry
  • Chinese Community Center
  • Crockrell Hill Public Library
  • CWA LOCAL 6215
  • Dallas Voter ID Coalition
  • East Harris County Empowerment Council; Redemption Bridge
  • Emgage TX
  • Faith in Texas
  • Grassroots Leadership
  • Good Deed Corps Texas
  • Harris County AFL-CIO
  • Harris County Voter Registrar
  • Holy Name Catholic Church
  • Houston Area Urban League (HAUL)
  • Houston Food Bank
  • Houston Peace and Justice Center
  • Institute for Asian Pacific American Leadership
  • Institute for Peer Support
  • Jolt Action
  • Jolt Initiative
  • Krum Friends of the Library
  • League of Women Voters of Bell County
  • League of Women Voters Fort Bend County
  • League of Women Voters Cy-Fair
  • League of Women Voters Cypress
  • League of Women Voters-Dallas
  • League of Women Voters Houston
  • League of Women Voters Lake Houston
  • League of Women Voters Montgomery County
  • League of Women Voters of South Central Texas
  • Lone Star College-Montgomery
  • Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County [Houston METRO]
  • Monroe County Deputy Volunteer Registrars
  • Montgomery County Volunteer Deputy Registrars
  • National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials [NALEO]
  • National Organization of Women (NOW)
  • Neighborhood Centers Inc.
  • NextGen Education Fund
  • OCA-Greater Houston
  • Oxford Jobs Plus
  • Pantsuit Republic
  • Polichic
  • Pure Justice
  • Radical Registrars
  • Rice University Library
  • #Rush2Vote
  • San Antonio Public Library – Johnston Branch
  • SEARCH Houston
  • S.H.A.P.E. Community Center
  • Star of Hope
  • St. John’s United Methodist Church – Downtown
  • St. Patrick’s Catholic Church
  • Texas Advancing for Justice
  • Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
  • Texas Campaign for the Environment
  • Texas Department of Family and Protective Services
  • Texas Organizing Project Education Fund
  • Texas Southern University
  • The Good Deed Corps
  • University of St. Thomas
  • URGE
  • UTEP Center for Community Engagement
  • Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church
  • Workers Defense Project (WDP)– Houston

UTAH COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • International Rescue Committee
  • Salt Lake County Library System

VERMONT COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • Vermont State Colleges

VIRGINIA COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • NAACP Virginia State Conference, including local branches: Campbell County, Caroline, Chatham, Charlotte-Mecklenburg, Chesapeake, Chesterfield, Fairfax, Fredericksburg, Goochland, Hampton, Henrico, High Point Branch, Isle of Wight, Loudoun, Norfolk, Nottoway County, Portsmouth, Powhatan, Richmond, Roanoke, Stafford, Suffolk, Virginia Beach.
  • Agape Worship Center
  • American Legion – Chesapeake
  • Bank St. Memorial Baptist Church
  • Calvary Baptist Church
  • Cogic Memorial (Senior Living)
  • Community Housing Partners
  • Delta Sigma Theta Sorority
  • Enoch Baptist Church
  • First African Baptist Church
  • First Baptist Church
  • First Colonial Inn (Senior Living)
  • First Congregational Christian United Church of Christ
  • Fourth Baptist Church
  • Fredericksburg County Fair
  • Fredericksburg Regional Foodbank
  • Gethsemane Baptist Church
  • Hunter Square/Norfolk Redevelopment Housing Authority
  • Jericho Baptist Church
  • Johnson Health Center
  • Judeo-Christian Outreach Center
  • Mosby Memorial Baptist Church
  • League of Women Voters of Virginia
  • Mount Trashmore Park
  • National Action Network
  • NextGen Education Fund
  • New Kent County Fair
  • New Jerusalem Baptist Church
  • New Light Baptist Church
  • New Mount Olive Baptist Church
  • New Virginia Majority
  • Open Door
  • Parson Residential Care Center
  • Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Virginia
  • Project R.O.A.M. – Reaching Out Across Mountains
  • Sandston Library
  • Spratley House/Senior Living Housing Authority
  • St. John A.M.E. Church
  • The Russell House (Senior Living)
  • Tidewater Community College
  • Tidewater Gardens
  • Together Hanover
  • Trinity Faith Diamond Baptist Church
  • Virginia21
  • Wesley Community Center
  • Wesleyan Senior Living
  • Zeta Chi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

WASHINGTON COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • HealthPoint

WEST VIRGINIA COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • Coalition for Democracy

WISCONSIN COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS

  • 38th Street Market
  • Access Community Health Centers
  • All Votes Matter
  • Appleton Disability Rights Board
  • Beyond the Book Bag
  • Building Unity Wisconsin
  • Catholic Charities of Madison
  • Center for Veterans Issues
  • Christ Church Milwaukee
  • Community Warehouse
  • Dryhootch
  • End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin
  • Epsilon Kappa Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
  • For Him Church
  • For Our Future WI
  • Guest House of Milwaukee
  • Hampton Garden Apartments
  • Incarnation Church
  • Indivisible Milwaukee
  • Lawrence University
  • Leaders of Kenosha
  • League of Women Voters of the La Crosse Area
  • Literacy Services of WI
  • Lynwood Neighborhood Association
  • Madison Area Technical College
  • Marquette Votes United
  • Methodist Children’s Services
  • Metropolitan Church
  • Mexican Consulate in Milwaukee
  • Milwaukee Area Technical College
  • Milwaukee Homeless Veterans Initiative
  • Milwaukee Scholar Charter School
  • MISCHA
  • Moraine Park Technical College
  • NAACP Dane County Branch
  • NextGen Education Fund
  • New Testament Church of Milwaukee
  • North Division High School
  • Parent Coordinator Institute
  • Porchlight
  • Society’s Assets
  • St. Marks Church
  • South Central Federation of Labor
  • Southern Lakes Area Love, Inc.
  • Southside Organizing Center
  • Tenant Resource Center
  • Truth and Justice prayer circles
  • University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
  • University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
  • University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
  • Unlock The Vote
  • Upsilon Mu Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
  • Urban League of Greater Madison
  • Veterans for Peace
  • VETS Place Central
  • Voting Advocates of Brown County
  • Western Technical College
  • Wise Women
  • Workforce Development Center – Western Wisconsin
  • Wyman AME Church, Racine
  • YWCA Milwaukee